Using USBs To Boost PC Performance

There is nothing worst than a slow computer. It can impair performance and be frustrating to feel like you are sitting and waiting to get things down. Why is it that your computer is slow when it used to be so fast? Many times it is slow because it is thinking. This is particularly true with PCs that are constantly working over time to retain all of the information that they are being given.

Computer Memory

When you work at your computer, different types of memory are being stored. One type of memory that your computer stores is called RAM. RAM is physical memory. However, page file or virtual memory is also created on your computer and stored on the hard drive. Your computer’s operating system will rely on page file to help other applications when the physical memory is full. This happens because virtual memory is slower compared to physical memory, therefore physical memory takes first priority.

Windows Vista Users Can Boost PC Performance

Fortunately, anyone that runs Windows Vista can easily boost the performance of their PC using a technology that Windows created called ReadyBoost. This technology allows a flash drive to serve as a third memory source for a computer. It is an amazing option for anyone that is suffering from a poor performing computer and many people find that using this technology can extremely boost the performance of their PCs.

Benefits Of Flash Drive As A Memory Source

There are many benefits to using the flash drive as a memory source. First, it is apparently faster than virtual memory. This is because the computer has to access virtual memory from the hard disk drive. Secondly, this type of memory is a lot cheaper than physical memory. Why go buy more RAM when you can purchase an inexpensive USB flash drive and speed up your computer’s performance?

About the author

Daniel Rubin Daniel Rubin is the co-owner of USB Direct Inc., a Canadian company which specializes in the manufacturing of logo flash drives. You can view his .

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